Combining ‘Spatial Sound and Vibration with Proven Healing Practices’, the Opus SoundBed™ Opus uses a unique folding design to compress down to the size of an ottoman pouf. The bed was designed by acclaimed designer Yves Béhar of fuseproject, to appear less as a therapy tool and more like a stylish accessory that fits anywhere in a room and can easily be unfolded on command for a meditation/healing session.
The bed, when fully opened, aims at providing an at-home multisensorial experience that “recharges the body and restores the nervous system”, according to physician Dr. Molly Maloof. Full-body vibrations and spatial sound provide an upgraded approach to therapy and healing, helping the body reduce stress and release the hormones associated with happiness and euphoria.
The entire experience is powered by the Opus Journeys™ app, which lets you set personal goals, activate therapy sessions, and even sign up for remote therapy events and live events with leading experts in mindfulness, relationships, peak performance, and more.
Designer: Yves Behar for Opus
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